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Hello dear colleagues.
A neighbor asked me for a simple side table to be used at her garage.
I made the legs frame out of pine and I was decided to make the top out of plywood but I took some inspiration from Michael Alm's videos (almfab.com) related to plywood patterns.
I copied the easiest one and this is the final product.
It took more than three days to collect, measure, cut, sand, and glue each piece to get the pattern but I enjoyed it a lot.
 

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Great pattern, Alexis...I trust the neighbor liked it...
 

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Beautiful work. That's the danger of having a pile of scraps..... putting a challenging complicated top on a simple table base. Nice way to solve two problems though...neighbors and scrap piles!

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Most of the plywood was taken from disassembled cabinets but I realized that there were, at least two kinds of plywood with a different number of ply although the thickness was the same.
Another additional task was to remove the HPL. I used to use gasoline for this but, right now it is an expensive and scarce material. That's why I used a sharp knife.
 
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